Hotel Le Ginestre
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... and a big catchup chat. Then off to Sanremo. More breathtaking views along the way. Sanremo itself is very very average ..... a bit outdated and tired looking with pretty much nothing to see. Hotel was a bit of a giggle, not what we have become accustomed to but it will do. Went for a very very very very long walk into the town for some dinner. All enjoyed more Italian pizza, pasta and Vino. Then more walking and talking with a few drink stops along the way :) then home to ...
... place to park the yacht (well it’s good to check these places out for future reference!)
After queuing 20 minutes to get a parking space then realising it was a one in one out system and no one was budging from sipping their Cappuccino’s, we decided this place had already wound us up enough without then adding insult to injury and getting charged €5 ...
... amazing as we passed above the tree line. The scree slopes near the top were quite spectacular. Around 2km from the top, Cime de La Bonette came into view. It was a dome shaped mountain top with dark grey scree slopes. It was looking quite foreboding as a dark, barren silhouette against the cloudy sky. The last km was quite steep, and we could feel the reduced oxygen at that altitude. But we were committed. We bought the shirts. We had to make it to the ...
Lance used to use this to train on just before the TDF each year and judge whether he was in form to win.
Hmm! I will keep a lookout for the US Postal team syringes at the start.
We will then head off to Monaco and the beaches west of here for some sight seeing and a swim.
Saturday we are off to the Pyranees.
... up beautiful fig jam!
A morning drive along the Albenga valley eastwards afforded us yet another magical view of the Lugurian hills. Our 27th anniversary was celebrated at the Blue Restaurant, complete with a Ferrari (no, not the car …. more like a wonderful cremant), on the waterfront at Albenga. The extravagant Cervo church was a pit stop on the way back to Pieve, via Imperia.
Barolo and Barbaresco called! Up we headed ...